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Improving the DISC
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Tuesday, 28 August 2012 23:16

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By Travis Bradberry, Ph.D

In 1928, Harvard psychologist William Marston published a treatise that changed the way the world viewed personality. Marston observed human personality existing along four unique dimensions, or traits. Marston’s four personality traits are referred to as the DISC model, which is an acronym for a person’s tendency to be Dominant, Interpersonal, Steady, or Conscientious. Though the DISC personality traits represent needs that are important to everyone to some degree, knowing which are most prevalent in any person is the key to understanding personality.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

Drs. Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves are the authors of the best-selling Emotional Intelligence 2.0 book. They are the founders and CEOs of TalentSmart Inc., USA. TalentSmart is the world's leading provider of emotional intelligence tests, emotional intelligence training, and executive coaching.  


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